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Dreamforce 2013 Salesforce Fundamentals: Strategy for Campaign and Lead Management presentation slide deck Presented by Deepa Patel, Halak Consulting, LLC, Shell Black, Shell Black, LLC, Maria Beli, ...

Dreamforce 2013 Salesforce Fundamentals: Strategy for Campaign and Lead Management presentation slide deck Presented by Deepa Patel, Halak Consulting, LLC, Shell Black, Shell Black, LLC, Maria Beli, CASE Partners, Bryan Boroughf, Monday Call

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    DF13 Salesforce Fundamentals: Strategy for Campaign and Lead Management DF13 Salesforce Fundamentals: Strategy for Campaign and Lead Management Presentation Transcript

    • Salesforce Fundamentals: Strategy for Campaign and Lead Management Deepa Patel, Halak Consulting, LLC, President @halakconsulting Maria Belli, CASE Partners, Inc., Senior Salesforce Consultant @JustAGirlyGeek Shell Black, Shell Black, LLC, President @Shell_Black Bryan Boroughf, MondayCall, Senior Account Manager @BryanBoroughf
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    • Deepa Patel Halak Consulting, LLC @halakconsulting
    • All about Halak Consulting, LLC Halak Consulting LLC a Salesforce partner. We have been helping firms identify problem areas and propose solutions that meet the firm’s requirements for the last 10 years.  We work with clients to define their business goals, analyze current business infrastructure and identify nonexistent business processes.  We focus only on Salesforce.com software services  Silicon Valley User group co-leader, run Process & Strategy and Salesforce Certification Study Groups on Success Community  Visit Us – www.halakconsulting.com  www.linkedin.com/in/deepapatelhalakconsulting/
    • Target audience for this session: I'm not using this area of Salesforce today and want to learn more I am using this area of Salesforce today, but want to pick up some tips or confirm "I'm doing it right” Functional Roles: Marketing, Sales & System Administrators
    • Organized Lead and Campaign Management
    • Lead Management – What is a Lead? A Lead is a person with a business card  Name  Telephone  Email address  Street Address
    • Lead Management – What is it? A process that allows us to measure and monitor Lead Conversion  Quality of Leads • % of Leads accepted and working vs. % of Leads rejected and disqualified  Conversion of Leads • What % of Leads were converted and what was the time frame
    • Lead Management – Life Cycle How do we do this?  Lead Life Cycle • A process to move a Lead through different check points between receipt and conversion to an Opportunity.  Lead Status (Standard field) • Is the Lead being worked on? Has contact been made? Is this Lead Dead? • Open, Contacted/Working, Closed/Converted, Nurture, Dead  Lead Source (Standard field) • Where did this lead come from? • Web, Trade Show, Word of Mouth, Advertising, Webinar
    • Lead Management – Life Cycle How do we do this?  Lead Stage – Custom Field • Defines where the Lead is in the Lead Life Cycle – Marketing Qualified – Did marketing consider this a lead good enough for sales to work on? – Sales Rejected – Did Sales decide this lead was not a good lead to work on and send it back to Marketing for nurture or consider it dead – Sales Accepted – Did Sales agree to work on this lead – Sales Qualified – Sales has worked this lead and considers it qualified enough to develop an opportunity
    • Lead Management – Life Cycle How do we do this?  Lead Score – Custom Field • Defines the priority a lead should be given – Quality – How complete is the data in the lead record? – Aging – Is the Lead more than 30 days? – BANT – Is there a Budget, Need, Authority and a Time frame to Purchase?
    • Lead Management MQL Status = Open Date and time stamp Reject SRL Sales Rejected Lead Marketing Qualified Lead Dead Lead Back to Nurturing Status = Dead Status = Nurturing Accept Status = Rejected Date and time stamp Reason for Rejection
    • Lead Management Accept SAL Sales Accepted Lead Status = Open Date and time stamp Sales - Follow up and track activities in Salesforce Status = Contacted/Working
    • Lead Management Quality – Score 5 - 1 Status = Qualified Date and time stamp SQL Aging – Score 5 - 1 BANT Cumulative Score Budget = 5 – 1 Authority = 1 – yes 0 – No Need = 1 – yes 0 – No Time Frame = 4 – Less than 3 months 3 – 3 months – 6 months 2 – 6 months – 1 year 1 – More than 1 year Lead Score Sales Qualified Lead High Medium Low Status = Disqualified Date and time stamp SDL Reason for Disqualification Sales Disqualified Lead Dead Lead Back to Nurturing Status = Dead Status = Nurturing
    • Lead Management – Full Process MQL SAL Marketing Qualified Lead Status = Open Sales Accepted Lead Status = Open or Contacted/Working SRL SDL Sales Rejected Lead Status = Dead or Nurture Sales Disqualified Lead Status = Dead or Nurture SQL Sales Qualified Lead Status = Qualified Converted to Opportunity Status = Converted
    • Lead Management – Benefits What are the benefits of designing a process like this?  Monitor Quality of Leads  Gauge Velocity of Leads  Identify Bottlenecks in the process  Have an opportunity to make improvements and increase Lead conversion
    • Maria Belli CASE Partners, Inc. @JustAGirlyGeek
    • All about CASE Partners, Inc. CASE Partners, Inc. is a Salesforce partner celebrating 20 years as an IT consulting firm that specializes in maximizing the capabilities of Salesforce through innovative configuration, workflow, and integration solutions  Highly skilled staff of certified Salesforce administrators and developers  Specializing in advanced web and application integration services  Broad industry experience: Financial Services, Insurance, Manufacturing, Healthcare, Non-Profit, and more  Organizers and leaders of the Connecticut Salesforce Developers’ User Group  Visit us online at www.casepartners.com
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    • Reporting
    • Dashboards
    • Shell Black President, ShellBlack.com, LLC @Shell_Black
    • All about ShellBlack.com ShellBlack.com, LLC is a Cloud Alliance Partner in Dallas TX helping companies maximize their CRM investment through elegant solutions leveraging Salesforce.com  Strictly Salesforce – our single focus results in deep domain expertise  Proven Process – fine tuned over a hundreds of projects  Community contribution – two Salesforce User Group leaders and a Salesforce MVP  Visit us online at www.ShellBlack.com
    • What is a Campaign? A Campaign is a marketing initiative that you track in Salesforce  Email  Customer Events  Outdoor Advertising  Training (yes, training)  Print  PPC, Organic Web Traffic  Social Media  Public Relations / Press Releases  Direct Mail  Client Entertainment  Trade Shows  Promotions  Telemarketing  Etc.
    • Campaigns - It's all about ROI! Campaigns allow you to see which initiatives (marketing spend) have the best return For example:  Was attending the trade show in Chicago last year worth it, and if so, should we buy a bigger booth next year?  We entertained guests with our stadium box seats, did it close any business?  What advertising components of our product launch produced the best results?
    • With Campaigns, you can: Target and market to existing Leads and Contacts Generate new Leads Track response rates on a Campaign Track Lead conversion rates on a Campaign Attribute Opportunities to a Campaign Calculate ROI
    • Mechanics of launching a Campaign Create the Campaign Determine your Campaign Member Status Target Leads and Contacts Launch! (and communicate internally) Measure
    • Create the Campaign – standard fields to know  Parent Campaign – allows multiple individual Campaigns to be associated to a larger initiative  Type – A dropdown (picklist) used to categorize your Campaigns • e.g. Print, Direct Mail, Outdoor, Email, Webinar, Social Media, PR, etc.  Status – A "lifecycle" pick list field • e.g. Idea, Planned, Budgeted, Deployed, In Progress, Complete, Abandoned  Active – This checkbox is what makes a Campaign visible to your users!  Actual Costs – (used in ROI calculation)
    • Campaign Member Status A dropdown (picklist) to know if a Lead or Contact has been targeted (sent) or responded to a Campaign  Direct Mail Simple Example: “Sent” and “Responded”  Custom Event Complex Example: • Default: Mailed • Responded: RSVP, Attended, No Show  Sometimes you only know who responded (not sent): • Outdoor advertising, PPC, Press Release, etc.
    • Methods to associate a person (Lead or Contact) to a Campaign  Manually – using the “Add to Campaign” button on Leads and Contacts  View – On Leads or Contacts Tab have a “Add to Campaign” Button  Report – Leads or Contact Reports have “Add to Campaign” Button  Manage Members – on the Campaign (add or update status, or use a file)  Data Loader – use when you have more than 50,0000 records
    • Launch! (and communicate internally) Check the “Active” checkbox on the Campaign Educate and communicate to Sales to be sure they are giving credit to Opportunities for your Campaigns
    • Measure the Results On the Campaign you can see roll-ups of your Campaign Members, Responses, Lead Conversion and Opportunities From the Campaign Tab, you can run the ROI report ROI is expressed as a percentage. Anything over 100% is a “winner” Formula: (Total Value Won Opportunities - Actual Cost) / Actual Cost
    • Bryan Boroughf MondayCall @BryanBoroughf
    • All about MondayCall Solutions At MondayCall, we help Salesforce customers, from SMB to mid-market to Fortune 500, make the most value from their investment .  Based in San Francisco and founded in 2009  Over 300 customers in a variety of industries across the country  Full range of services entirely focused on the Salesforce platform  Average: 9.5/10 customer sat rating
    • Deepa Patel Shell Black Maria Belli Bryan Boroughf President @halakconsulting President @Shell Black Senior Salesforce Consultant, @JustAGirlyGeek Senior Account Manager, @BryanBoroughf
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